The Youth League Report


That can only be good for the quality of the football we see each and every week. Let?s hope to see lots move movement and a few more surprise results in the coming weeks.
Grade 13
Sutherland Sharks jumped to the top of the table, establishing a lead of three points and maintaining their unbeaten record, after they defeated eleventh placed Sydney Olympic 4-1 while Manly United FC moved up three places to second when they were 2-0 winners over Marconi Stallions who fell from first to third.
APIA Leichhardt Tigers dropped one place to fourth following their 2-1 home loss to Blacktown City Demons who have remained at sixth and West Sydney Berries went from fourth to fifth when they lost 2-1 away to Sydney United who are still seventh.
Macarthur Rams scooted up two places to eighth thanks to a 3-1 home victory over Wollongong FC who have fallen back two spots to tenth. Penrith Nepean United battled out a 2-2 draw with Bankstown City, a result that has forced PNU to stay at ninth and the Lions to stay at twelfth.
Grade 14
Blacktown City Demons retained the top spot and their perfect record with a 3-1 away success over APIA Leichhardt Tigers who have tumbled from fifth to seventh and Marconi Stallions moved up one place to second on goal difference thanks to a handy 3-0 away victory over the yet-to-win Manly United FC.
Sutherland Sharks dropped back to third when they downed twelfth placed Sydney Olympic by the odd goal in five and Penrith Nepean United held onto fourth place after they played out a scoreless draw with Bankstown City who have moved up from eighth to sixth.
West Sydney Berries moved into the top five when they registered a scoreless draw with ninth placed Sydney United while Macarthur Rams remained at eleventh when their clash with Wollongong FC finished at 2-2.
Grade 15
Wollongong FC held onto the competition lead on goal difference when they were held to a scoreless away draw by Macarthur Rams who have fallen back one place to ninth while Marconi Stallions moved up one place to second after they had a 2-0 win at Manly United FC.
Blacktown City Demons fell back one place to third when they suffered a 2-1 loss at APIA Leichhardt Tigers and Sydney United West remained at fifth when they were held to a 1-1 draw at home to Sydney Berries.
Bankstown City slipped back two places to sixth when they suffered a 5-0 loss at Penrith Nepean United who have shot up two places to seventh and Sydney Olympic rose one position to eighth when they downed Sutherland Sharks 1-0, a result that saw the Sharks tumble from seventh to tenth.
Grade 16
APIA Leichhardt Tigers moved into the top spot on the table when they knocked over Blacktown City Demons 3-1, an outcome that caused the Demons to plummet from fifth to tenth while Manly United FC dropped back one place to second after they went down 1-0 to Marconi Stallions who shot from tenth to seventh.
Bankstown City have remained in third place following their 1-1 draw at Penrith Nepean United who have moved up one spot to eighth and Macarthur Rams shot sixth place to fourth thanks to their 2-1 victory over Wollongong FC who went from fourth to ninth.
Sydney Olympic posted a 1-0 win over Sutherland Sharks, a result that saw Olympic jump two places to fifth and it has left the Sharks at the foot of the table. Sydney United were 2-0 winners over West Sydney Berries and as a result United climbed two places to sixth while the Berries remained at eleventh.
Grade 18
Blacktown City Demons went from third to first when they maintained their unblemished record with a handy 3-0 win at APIA Leichhardt Tigers who swapped places with the Demons. Penrith Nepean United held onto second place and kept their unbeaten status intact with a 4-2 victory over sixth placed Bankstown City.
Marconi Stallions have remained at fourth following their 3-1 success over tenth placed Manly United FC while Sydney Olympic are still fifth after they downed Sutherland Sharks 2-0.
West Sydney Berries moved up from tenth to seventh with a 1-0 win over Sydney United who dropped a place to ninth and Wollongong FC recorded a 3-1 victory over Macarthur Rams, a result that moved the Wolves from eleventh to eighth and pushed the Rams back two spots to eleventh.